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This unusual underwater journey in South Africa involves kayaking legend, French expat, and mad inventor Olivier Feuillette, and a modified kayak. With a waterproof top, a ballast (so that it will sink), scuba tanks for oxygen, a CO2 filter, an oscillating fishtail, and pedals, Feuillette’s SUBO becomes a one-person submarine that’s ready to go where no kayak has gone before.
Spend three minutes underwater with the abundant marine life of South Africa's coral reefs. Patterned moray eels, banded coral shrimp, the orange rock cod, the spotted yellow boxfish, and more are featured in episode 15 of EarthTouchTV’s Wild Oceans.
We are constantly underwater in the archives, including this incredible, animal-packed footage of a sardine run and the tranquil Kuroshio Sea Aquarium in Okinawa.
In this absolutely incredible footage from EarthTouchTV, watch hundreds of thousands of sardines off the coast of South Africa swarm at the center of an animal feeding frenzy. With Earth-Touch divers right in the middle of the action, large, hungry predators — sharks, dolphins, diving gannets, and a 20 to 30 ton Bryde’s whale — all take part in this intense and fascinating sardine run.
Monkeyland Primate Sanctuary is the world’s first free roaming primate sanctuary, home to over 500 primates all living together in 30 acres of forest. Species at the sanctuary include gibbons, capuchins, squirrel monkeys, howler monkeys, saki monkeys, vervet monkeys, langurs, ring-tailed lemurs and black and white ruffed lemurs.
Take a video tour to see Monkeyland in action: